Whoa! Fifth Harmony heated up the stage at the ‘Today Show LIVE,’ and we almost couldn’t handle it. The girls really shined on Memorial Day as they performed in front a packed crowd. Check them out!
Fifth Harmony stunned the crowd during their performance set at the Today Show LIVE. The girls kicked off the morning of May 30 with a sizzling performance of their hit single. These girls seriously have all of our girl group goals.
Wow! Fifth Harmony seriously has talent! The girl group took the stage at eight in the morning, but their wasn’t a sleepy eye in the crowd. Tons of fans flocked to the Today stage screaming as the girls ran through their chart-topping single, “Work From Home.”
The ladies graced the stage in matching outfits with gold and army green as the color scheme. And they looked super sexy as they danced to their routines. It was almost too hard to hear them over the roaring crowd, but they still sounded amazing singing with the live band!
Fifth Harmony’s performance was part of a larger event the daytime television show was hosting in celebration of the holiday weekend. Today also had guest appearances from Billy Ray Cyrus, 54, Ryan Gosling, 35, and even more musical performances. So exciting!
While Memorial Day is definitely a time to remember and celebrate all those who served in the armed forces, the girl group has quite a lot to celebrate of their own. Fifth recently released their new album, 7/27 on May 27, and had a great fan reception. Their single, ‘Work From Home” even peaked at number five on the Billboard Hot 100.
But the celebration won’t stop after their Today Show performance. The girls are gearing up for their 7/27 World Tour, which will kick off on June 2016, and conclude in September 2016. They will perform 41 around North America and South America.
Fifth Harmony definitely has a lot going on these days, but we’re sure they can handle it. We can’t wait to see them break out the dance moves and amazing vocals on tour.
But tell us, HollywoodLifers, what did you think of Fifth Harmony’s Memorial Day performance?